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Students' Letter to Nick Clegg

Huffington Post

Yesterday the Office for Fair Access announced that a total of £70m will be taken from students' pockets to fund the con trick of fee waivers

Fifth of universities to lower fees

?The Press Association

But the National Union of Students (NUS) raised concerns that the Government's attempts to get universities to keep average fees below £7500 do not benefit ...

Last updated at 12:35 PM on 4th December 2011

?Daily Mail

But the National Union of Students raised concerns that the Government's attempts to get universities to keep average fees below £7500 will not benefit ...

University tuition fees: Last-minute changes approved

BBC News

About a fifth of England's universities have had their plans to change their fee packages approved weeks before the application deadline…

 

Further and Higher Education:

 

More Welsh universities 'at risk of collapse' than a year ago ...

?WalesOnline

But the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW), ... The 2010 assessment – of 11 higher education institutions – was taken before the merger of ...

Harder working, less satisfied – the foreign scholar's lot?

?Times Higher Education

The findings are detailed in a paper in the Journal of Higher Education, International Faculty: Experiences of Academic Life and Productivity in US ...

'Labour would have spared sector Maoist and chaotic reforms'

?Times Higher Education

The government's higher education reforms have created “unnecessary risk” for universities, the shadow business secretary has said in his ...

University seals funding agreement with bank

?Scotsman

Santander Banking supports higher education and research through funding for scholarships, mobility grants, special projects and non-academic achievement ...

University fees 'too expensive' for some Jersey students

?BBC News

In their letter to the education department, parents said they felt the financial pressure to provide further education for their children was "unfair and ...

Fees cut for uni students

?Peterlee Mail

Teesside University is one of 24 universities in England, along with a further education college, to have had plans to lower fees approved by the Office for ...

University fees fall by 0.5%

?Insideireland.ie

The University and College Union (UCU) have said that the new changes will cause even more confusion for students at a time when University applications are ...

 

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